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BC Camplight Announces New Single And UK Live Shows

Monday, 24 November 2014 Written by Jon Stickler

BC Camplight has announced details of a handful of UK shows for early next year.

BC Camplight, aka multi-instrumentalist Brian Christinzio, hits up Manchester Gorilla, Glasgow Fruitmarket, Bristol's Louisiana, Birmingham's Hare And Hounds, London's Lexington and Liverpool's Leaf between January 23 and March 11.

With his Bella Union debut album, 'How To Die In The North', due for release on January 19, check out the video for his current single, Just Because I Love You, written and directed by Seth Fuller and featuring a brief cameo from BC Camplight himself. 

BC Camplight Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri January 23 2015 - MANCHESTER Gorilla
Sun February 01 2015 - GLASGOW Fruitmarket
Sun March 08 2015 - BRISTOL Louisiana
Mon March 09 2015 - BIRMINGHAM Hare and Hounds
Tue March 10 2015 - LONDON Lexington
Wed March 11 2015 - LIVERPOOL Leaf Cafe

Click here to compare & buy BC Camplight Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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